THE FLYING YEARS by Col. Louis Reichers

THE FLYING YEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pilot who started his training in 1925, Col. Reichers has much of interest to report to anyone who has been bitten by the flying bug. Principal events in his career have included duty with the Air Corps Ferrying Command started in WW II, the job of flying Harriman on his mission to Moscow and a spectacular endurance test of staying aloft for more than 300 hours. Jauntily embroidered, these anecdotes have a guaranteed appeal to the airminded.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1956
Publisher: Holt